Take the source rpm of a package (e.g. systemd), find the upstream tests, run them, store the results to a database that a web ui can access and display them. Now, do this automatically, for every qam-sle update.

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  • pgeorgiadis
    over 2 years ago by pgeorgiadis | Reply

    Day 1: I studied the autopkgtest, saw the presentation at FOSDEM about it, plus read the docs they have in Ubuntu and Debian websites. Unfortunately we can't use autopkgtest as-it-is, so we need to come up with an alternative. First off, we have to discuss this with the maintainers and the people from Build Service. In addition to that,I still I am not aware of any way to get the reverse dependencies for our pkgs.

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